Sunnybrook Yachts
130 Marina Rd, Suite 202 PO Box 546
CHESTER, Nova Scotia, CA, B0J 1J0
Tel:902 444 4500
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1987 Bayfield Cutter

location icon New Brunswick, Canada
Year 1987
Length 36 ft
Price
C$74,500

This Bayfield 36 Cutter is an amazingly roomy boat with two double staterooms, a tub in the head and a large chart table. She has 2014 sails and a 2017 Radar. She is has been in fresh water most of her life (Georgian Bay & the Saint John River); as such, she is a rarity in eastern Canada.

Specifications

Year Built 1987
Category Sail
Length Overall 41'3 ft
Length Of Deck 36 ft
Beam 12 ft
Max Draft 5 ft
Construction Fiberglass
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 44 hp
Displacement 18,500 lb

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Yanmar
Model: JHE
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 44hp
Type: Inboard
Year: 1987
Construction

White fiberglass hull with blue shear strake; white non-skid decks and deckhouse; 6,500# lead ballast; blue boottop; blue bottom paint; Hinkle wheel steering; emergency tiller; bow and stern pulpits; double lifelines with gates port and starboard; 4 - Atkins & Hoyle hatches plus a butterfly hatch above the main saloon; 10 Atkins & Hoyle cast aluminum opening ports; 2 Dorade vents; Dodger; Bimini cockpit awning with connector to the dodger; solid teak rub-rails, eye-brows, and deck trim.

Accommodations

The yacht sleeps 6 to 7 and has 6’2” headroom.

There is a large forward stateroom with double berth to port with seat and lockers to starboard; there is a large head to port with a fiberglass tub and shower along with a vanity, sink, linen storage and marine toilet connected to a ‘Y’ valve and a holding tank. There is a chart table opposite the head, to starboard, with a folding seat. The main cabin has an ‘L’ shaped settee to port, which has a filler to make a double berth. There is a drop-leaf table amidships; a settee to starboard; the galley is aft to starboard with a double quarter-berth stateroom to port with a hanging locker.

The galley has a 3 burner LPG stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks; ice box with Norcold 12 volt refrigeration and much counter and locker space. There is a 40 gallon fresh water capacity; hot and cold pressure water; hot water is provided by the engine or by shore power.

The interior is finished in oiled teak with a teak and holly sole, beige/blue fabric upholstery, curtains and a fiberglass headliner.

Engine

1987 Yanmar 44 HP, model JHE; fresh water cooling (heat exchanger); 210 ltr. fuel tank; 6 kt. Cruising speed; bilge blower; fume detector; msc. spare parts; 3 bladed fixed propeller.

Electrical Systems

The yacht has both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine through a selector switch to 3 lead-acid batteries; the 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection; 50’ – 30 amp shore cord; circuit breakers; a full complement of cabin, navigation, spreader and anchor/mast-head lights; Xpower 1000 watt inverter; automatic battery charger.

Sails and Rigging

All by North – 2014 Mainsail; 1987 Mainsail; 2014 Genoa; 1987 Genoa; 1987 Staysail (hanked-on); blue mainsail cover; slab reefing on the mainsail.

Aluminum mast & boom; stainless steel standing rigging; Harken roller-furling gear; mast is stepped on the keel; 9 Lewmar winches: 4 X #40 sheet winches; 5 X #16 sheet and halyard winches; whisker pole; boom vang; topping lift; inclinometer; internal halyards.

Electronics

Icom #504 VHF; compass mounted on the wheel pedestal; Raymarine ‘Tri-Data’: depth sounder, speedometer & log; Raymarine wind speed indicator; Raymarine #3000 autopilot; Raymarine Quantum ‘Axium’ Radar (2017); stereo.

Additional

3 anchors w/ rodes; electric & manual bilge pumps; steel cradle; dock-lines & fenders; fender-board; boat hook; 3 fire extinguishers; life ring; man-overboard pole; cockpit cushions; boarding ladder; clock & barometer; barbeque; dishes & cutlery; engine & equipment manuals.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.